Canadian Lawyer

April 2021

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Page 48 of 51 47 Keep the door open for feedback Constructive criticism is important for maintaining effective internal communi- cation plans. Employees should feel comfort- able communicating their concerns to their supervisors and HR. Maintain an open-door, no-judgment policy. Develop a process for evaluating any issues and developing solu- tions. Not only does this help build company- wide trust, but it also can provide valuable insight into improving the workplace. Research shows that companies with strong communication are rewarded in many ways. Employees who feel respected through solid, open communication are loyal, engaged and even more innovative. The bottom line: Good communication is good business. Good internal communication has countless benefits. It fosters a strong culture, improves collaboration, streamlines results and can even improve morale Molly Moseley is a marketing strategist and brand evangelist. She serves as part of the cross-functional leadership team at LinkUp in developing, managing and positioning products that capture new market share and expand existing relationships. For more information, visit

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